Casa Anselma

Flamenco in Seville

Our Review

True, the music is often more folkloric than flamenco, but this characterful Triana spot is the antithesis of a touristy flamenco tablao, with cheek-to-jowl crowds, zero amplification and spontaneous outbreaks of dancing. Beware: there's no sign of life until the doors open at around 11.45pm.

Anselma is about 200m from the western side of the Puente de Isabel II, hidden behind an unmarked door beneath a traditional boxed balcony.